DISPARATE RESOURCES IN AMERICA BY
RACE IN THE POST–CIVIL RIGHTS ERA
|Financial Capital Disparities|
|Home Ownership||Figure 46|
|Business Ownership||Figures 47–48|
|Human Capital Disparities|
|Occupational Status||Figures 61–63|
|Family Structure||Figures 64–73|
|Life Events||Figures 86–87|
|Social Capital Disparities|
|Racial Profiling||Figures 88–89|
|Hate Crimes||Figures 90–92|
The figures in this appendix provide a statistical profile of resource disparity in the United States based on race during the post–civil rights era (1972–present). They provide an empirical basis for analyzing the American race problem and critiquing the theories presented in this book. Most of the major racial groups are represented, but the emphasis is on black/white disparity for reasons mentioned in chapter 1. Statistical terms and conventions observed in this appendix include the following.
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Publication information: Book title: Racial Justice in the Age of Obama. Contributors: Roy L. Brooks - Author. Publisher: Princeton University Press. Place of publication: Princeton, NJ. Publication year: 2009. Page number: 125.
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